CEO Secrets: ‘Four-day weeks are good for business’

“Four-day weeks are good for business,” says Joe Munns, the CEO of home-baking business Bakedin. Ever since starting his home-baking business five years ago, he has given his staff a three-day weekend. He says it makes them happier and more productive. And, he says, it makes it easier to recruit new employees.

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